9 Ideas and Tips for Springtime Landscape Photography

Spring is just around the corner, and as the weather finally starts to warm up and life begins to blossom, it is a great time to grab your camera and head outside. This excellent video will give you nine helpful tips and ideas for landscape photography during the springtime.

Coming to you from Photo Tom, this great video will show you lots of helpful tips and composition ideas for springtime landscape photography. Winter offers lots of beautiful photo opportunities, but I also hate being cold and wet, and I really could not be happier when spring finally makes an appearance. One of the best parts is definitely all the blossoming vegetation; it is an excellent chance to capture vibrant, radiant colors. In a lot of areas, precipitation is frequent during this time of year, and as Bonciu discusses, one of the best times to head out to shoot is after it has rained or even when morning frost has left a layer of moisture, as the water can really bring out a beautiful glistening effect. Check out the video above for lots of helpful tips from Bonciu.

And if you really want to dive into landscape photography, check out "Photographing The World 1: Landscape Photography and Post-Processing with Elia Locardi." 

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5 Comments

Nice Video! Good Tips but could have been shorter most tips somehow the same for me.
Go in the Forest , Gras is greener and Use the fog

Rod Kestel's picture

I hate to break it to you guys. Your maps are upside down, we are now in Autumn.

Jeff Walsh's picture

Spring started March 19 2020.

Jon Kellett's picture

Not in the Southern Hemisphere ;-)

Jeff Walsh's picture

I'm American, all other hemispheres don't exist :-P haha